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Race Against Time by Eric Brown

Race Against Time
Race Against Time
An ordinary camping trip goes horribly wrong. Al and Jenny find themselves in the year 2055... and the future is grim.

The countryside is full of troops and army tanks.

But worse than that, there are no black people, no Asian people... Only white people are left.

Something dreadful has happened. Al and Jenny are stuck in a nightmare. Will they ever get out?

Race Against Time is a story about racism and intolerance in a future that might just come to pass...

Written, edited and designed for teen readers who love gripping stories with as few obstacles to reading as possible. Particularly suitable for dyslexic, struggling and reluctant readers with a reading age of 7 and over.
Published: 05 May 2017

Eric Brown

Eric Brown began writing when he was fifteen, while living in Australia, and sold his first short story to Interzone in 1986. He has won the British Science Fiction Award twice for his short stories, has published over forty books, and his work has been translated into sixteen languages. His latest books include the SF novels The Serene Invasion, Satan's Reach, and the crime novel Murder by the Book. He writes a regular science fiction review column for the Guardian newspaper and lives near Dunbar, East Lothian.

more infinite press books by Eric Brown:

A Dinosaur Ate My Socks Fire Bug A Monster Ate My Marmite Crazy Love Guilty? Revenge

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Deep Future Strange Mammals The Accord Muezzinland: the author's edition Faking It: accounts of the General Genetics Corporation On my way to Samarkand: memoirs of a travelling writer The Sculptor Fear of Widths The Love Machine & other contraptions The Time-Lapsed Man